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State sponsors of terrorism are finally being held accountable in US courts

Farron Cousins, Trial Magazine Executive Editor, and Attorney Chris Paulos discuss a recent $10 billion dollar lawsuit brought against Iran over State sponsor of terrorism and just how difficult it is in proving terrorism lawsuits cases and success stories in recent years, as State sponsors of terrorism are finally being held accountable in US courts. Then, RT Correspondent Brigida Santos discusses a $464 million scheme in which six Michigan doctors have been charged with insurance fraud and unnecessarily prescribing opioids to patients. Plus, a discussion with legal journalist Mollye Barrows on how the US Supreme Court has declined to hear a case brought by the Republican-led States that were seeking to defund Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood.

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